There exists a very real relationship between the Female Gothic novel of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century and the social context of women at that time. This new class of fiction is essentially treated by women as it addresses women’s experiences offered an opportunity to address “the hidden, unspeakable reality of women’s lives: not just their lives in the private inner world of the psyche, but also their social and economic lives in a real world of patriarchal institutions” (DeLamotte 165). Notwithstanding the success of male Gothicists, Gothic fiction is perceived as a female-dominated genre as Leonard Wolf writes: Despite the triumphs of Lewis and Maturin, the Gothic novel was something of a cottage industry of middle-class
Ishtar being the goddess of both love and war shows the power of woman to be both productive and destructive. Another example of powerful woman who totally changed the meaning of civilization was named as "Harlot" who taught the savage man, Enkidu; a woman's art that transferred him from a wild lover to a tender child. This example proved that the the sexuality and sensitivity had immense power over
Our take on Macbeth is solely based off the wildly popular movie Mean Girls. Although the two are completely different genres, they have an extremely similar storyline when examined closely, and for that reason Macbeth can be integrated into the Mean Girls plot. The characters in both Mean Girls and Macbeth can be seen mirroring each other, whichever both stated characters’ traits that are possessed. For instance, Cady represents Macbeth for the reason that Cady too was attempting to take the power from “King Duncan,” or in this case, Regina George. Janice could potentially be seen as Lady Macbeth, as both are pushing for their counter characters to finally reach the point of power.
She uses her power and position to take care of the Prince, whom she loves and to mistreat young Qing Nu. She can be seen as very vicious and greedy as she decides to poison her husband during the eponymous banquet in order to claim the throne to herself. That 's one of the biggest differences between the movie and the play, she is clearly not afraid to speak up and reach for anything she desires. Eventually goblet of poisoned wine is handed to Qing Nu who dies on stage. Emperor learns about the conspiracy against him and commits suicide by drinking the rest of the poison.
Renault often uses others desperation for his advantage, conspicuous in the scene in which a young newly wed couple come to him in despair attempting to escape Casablanca, Renault then tries to force her to betray her husband in order to leave but Rick saves them by rigging the roulette table. Despite Captain Renaults megalomaniac personality, by the end of the film he chooses to part from the Vichy government. He does this in a symbolic way, whilst drinking Vichy water he, dramatically, throws the bottle into the trash and joins Rick. This symbolises the fall of the Vichy
Each author portrays this state of madness with profoundness and great intricacy. Both Gilman and Glaspell show a metamorphosis of their respective protagonists from sane and logical to a twisted and demented cognitive presence. In Gilman’s story, the madness of the narrator culminates as she “kept on creeping just the same” (Gilman 10) after her husband fainted. With Glaspell’s story Minnie Wright’s slow and painful descent into a raging madness is discovered throughout the story. Her agonizing fall climaxes as Mrs. Hale realizes that “She was going to bury it (the canary) in that pretty box” (Glaspell 16), uncovering a motive for the killing of her husband.
This extract is taken from Scene 9 of A Streetcar Named Desire and this scene begins with Blanche listening to the “Varsouviana”, and it abruptly ends when Mitch arrives. He is visibly drunk and walks right past her into the house. Blanche then begins asking about his mother but quickly changes the subject and the “Varsouviana” begins playing again, and Blanche tries to explain to Mitch the significance of the gunshot sound, but he ignores her. In this extract however, we see Mitch, confronting Blanche about her lies and life in Laurel. Throughout the extract the theme of reality vs fantasy is very present as Blanche considered Mitch to be her fairy tale ending and her prince charming but in this extract that all ends.
In 1936 she returned back to the US to star in Ziegfeld Follies, despite the fact that she was a huge celebrity in Europe, American crowds hated the idea of a black woman with so much limelight, newspaper reviews were just as cruel as the audience(The New York Times called her a “Negro wench”), Josephine returned to Europe displeased with the outrageous act. Baker’s star status continued to rise in theater and in movies. During her stay in France, she finally become a French citizen. She got citizenship by marrying Jean Lion; her third husband. Her love for France was obvious because her participation in the French Resistance during World War II.
The story tells of the reason she fell so hard for her enemy Jones Carter, and the reason she is so coldhearted and ruthless. Murder the capable, confident and protective leader of the Murda Mamas shows her motherly nature as she protects her crew from all manner of danger and provides for them. The novel also references Mecca the little insane character with a terrible secret about Monroe his twin brother and a twisted tale that could end in all manner of unpredictable fashion. Dealing with romance, the novel also tells the story of Zyir and Breeze who find themselves heartbroken and unable to love each other due to circumstances outside their control. The novel also reintroduces the love story between Miamor and Carter.
In the beginning of the play, it is evident how much Macbeth loves his wife. This is what makes it so easy for her to bribe him into killing Duncan, which eventually leads to him killing many more people. Unfortunately, in the end of the play, their relationship gets ruined and Lady Macbeth ends up taking her own life. Because of one bribe, Macbeth went on to become a serial killer and their relationship would turn to mush. In act 3, scene 4, line 119, Lady Macbeth responds to Ross: “I pray you, speak not: He grows worse and worse; question enrages him: at once, good night.
Lakshimi compares Mumtaz to a monster when she says “Only a monster can do what [Mumtaz] does to innocent girls,” (McCormick 231).The protagonist has been in the brothel the longest and she’s seen girls get kicked to fend for themselves or kill themselves, but she is “... afraid to imagine a life outside this place,” (McCormick 208). From the beginning she is told Americans that ask her if she wants to leave the brothel is a trap, and will take them to Mumtaz for a beating. Lakshimi ends up trusting an American and escapes exposing the brothel. Patricia McCormick was successful in her purpose of explaining to an American teenage audience how and why the cycle of human slavery present in the brothels exist. Like said in the book, women are compared to goats meaning women suffer the lack of power.
If there were, it would be very rare. Well, in this horror film mama, motherhood Edith is very prominent. How he initially willing to share love with his rival until jealousy and fear of abandonment lead him to the extreme. Mama ghost already earned fulfill the promise of "no harm Annabel" in extraordinary rage. His fury is reduced by hugs Lily spoiled ballot.
Romeo 's personality of peace, loving, yet vengeful caused his own doom once he was exiled for killing Tybalt who killed Mercutio. Thus 'evidently causing pain for Juliet who lost both her lover and cousin. Juliet 's father arranging Juliet 's marriage to Paris made her mourning worse, already being married to Romeo yet being separated made her to reason with Friar Laurence. The plan that was supposed to reunite both Lovers indefinetly brought upon their own doom. Juliet herself drank the sleeping potion when Romeo was on his way earlier than anticipated, whom bought poison upon hearing of her "death" , planning to kill himslef on her tomb alongside her.